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Conor McGregor updated fans on his condition following a gruesome leg injury sustained during his loss to Dustin Poirier on Saturday in UFC 264 in Las Vegas.
(Reuters) - Conor McGregor said he was feeling "tremendous" after undergoing surgery for a broken leg suffered during his trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier on Saturday.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (Reuters) - The future of former UFC two-weight champion Conor McGregor is in doubt after a freak leg break https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/mcgregor-breaks-leg-latest-ufc-loss-dustin-poirier-2021-07-11 in his trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier sees him headed for an extended period on the sidelines, with no guarantee that he will ever come back.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (Reuters) -Conor McGregor suffered a broken leg in another crushing defeat to Dustin Poirier at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, with the fight stopped by doctors at the end of the first round.
LONDON (Reuters) -British finance minister Rishi Sunak said the government was looking at changes to its COVID-19 app due to frustration among the public about the continued need for 10 days of self-isolation if it alerts them to a possible exposure to the virus.
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur coach Bojan Hodak has a better insight of his new players since they started their camp-based training a month ago.
LONDON (Reuters) - It may rain, umbrellas being as much a feature of the English summer as striped jackets and strawberries and cream, but the return of Wimbledon will put a spring in the step of tennis fans whatever the weather.
(Reuters) - Suzuki's Spanish MotoGP rider Alex Rins revealed on Thursday the injury that ruled him out of his home Catalan grand prix this month was caused by riding his bicycle into a van while messaging on a mobile phone.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland defender Kieran Tierney is fit and available to start against England on Friday, manager Steve Clarke said ahead of a crucial match at Wembley that could make or break Scottish hopes at Euro 2020.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury vowed to run Deontay Wilder down while the challenger said blood will be shed as the fighters came face-to-face in an odd press conference ahead of their July 24 trilogy fight in Las Vegas.